Inland are the Western Ghats, mountains whose slopes support tea, coffee and spice plantations as well as wildlife. National parks like Eravikulam and Periyar, plus Wayanad and other sanctuaries, are home to elephants, langur monkeys and tigers.

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Kerala – the ‘Queen of the Malabar Coast’, is indeed one of the most gorgeous and enticing holiday destinations in the entire country. Adorned by the enchanting charm of the Arabian Sea, guarded by the lofty Western Ghats, jotted with numerous lagoons, and strapped by a chain of canals, this picturesque holiday casts a magical spell on all its visitors! Fondly called ‘God’s Own Country’, Kerala boasts of its bountiful beauty and prismatic offerings. Whether planning vacations with family members, friends, solo or with your colleagues, Kerala Tourism will keep you enchanted with its array of offerings and mesmeric beauty. Blessed with a pleasant and heart-warming climate, this scenic tourist destination is a year-round destination. If you are planning to visit this magical abode with your family and is yearning for fun and leisure, you must plan your Kerala trip during September to March (or winter). Weather during this period remains cool and equally dry; you can simply lay back with your family or friends, and revel in the marvelous beauty of Kerala. This is also the most befitting time for couples to plan their honeymoon in Kerala and fill in their lives with only love and romance! For the nature lovers, adventure seekers and others alike, June to August (or monsoon) proves to be the ideal time to visit Kerala. During these months, the state welcomes the monsoon showering and blooms with all the charms and grace of Mother Nature! Visiting Kerala between March to May (or summer) can be a bit perplexing! However, it is the best time to meander around the Kerala beaches and enjoy the essence of Kerala Tourism in full galore!


While most of the tour operators and organizers assure you with destinations, we promise to offer you an experience! Our experience and keen to showcase the best of Kerala Tourism makes us one of the most trusted and preferred tour operators for Kerala. With us, you will not only visit places, but will also get to live the experience. Most of our tour packages are hand-picked by local experts, and also allows the you to tailor them according to your convenience. Whether a national or an international tourist, our Kerala tour packages are designed to fit everyone. Plan your Kerala holidays with your family, friends, colleagues, or solo, and enjoy the true colors and warmth of Kerala’s bountiful beauty and hospitality with us! We organize affordable and luxury tours from all major parts of the country. To name a few, we operate and organize tours from Delhi Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Pune, and almost every part of India. Join us for an extremely fun-frolic, exciting and memorable Kerala experience; join us for an experience that will last forever in your mind! 


Kerala is best when explored in the winter season. The summers in Kerala are too hot for comfort and hence it is best to be avoided. Also, the main monsoons keep the state wet all throughout the season. Although it can be a beautiful amalgamation of scenic views, it becomes difficult to explore outdoor activities during the monsoons.

So the best time definitely is during the winter season. One can enjoy adventure activities, go boating and trekking and all this while being comfortable.


Kerala is a land of cultural diversity and it houses various religions, communities, regional cultures and language variations.

The culture is like a chain made of different coloured beads. The state is rich in rain forests, its ancient trade relations with foreign lands, entry of immigrant communities during different periods, agricultural tradition, cuisine and its tradition of art – literature –science and all of this makes the state what it is today.

Thought the culture and tradition of the state are hundreds of years old but it is still alive in the hearts of the locals.


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Puttu and Kadala Curry

Puttu is a cylindrical steamed rice cake that is cooked with coconut shavings. This is a popular breakfast item in Kerala and a portion of the staple food. It is usually served with Kadala Curry, which are essentially black chickpeas.

 Nadan Kozhi Varuthathu (KERALA Style Spicy Chicken Fry)

Chicken Fry is a must. This version of a chicken fry is something that is served on a banana leaf, the chicken is fried with onion, garlic, chilli, vinegar and coriander. The fiery taste adds to its taste.

Banana Fritters

A favourite tea time snack in Kerala is the Banana Fritters. Ripe bananas coated in plain flour and deep fried in oil is what makes of this dish.

Palada Payasam

This dish is prepared during the festival of Onam. The dish is made out of rice, sugar, milk and ghee.


The dish is basically made of rice flour, water and salt. Then numerous strands of vermicelli are entwined together to make this version of an Appam.

Appam with Stew

Anybody from Kerala can vouch that this dish is Kerala’s favourite dish. Appam is basically rice pancake with soft and thick centres. It is usually paired with a southern style stew making it Appam with Stew.

Kerala Prawns Curry

Missing out on the Prawns Curry in Kerala is criminal. The prawn curry is sprinkled with chilli, salt, pepper and then dipped in lots of coconut milk, jaggery and then finished with curry leaves.

Beef Fry

The paralyzing flavours of this dish will make you fall in love with it. The beef fry is coated with curry leaves, ginger garlic paste and mustard leaves giving it the authentic flavour that is boasts of.

Malabar Parotha

The Parotha is mouth-watering street food of Kerala. It originates from the Malabar region. The dish has a flaky, crispy and crumbly texture. It melts in your mouth and leaves behind a sweet taste.

Fish Molee

Fish Molee is nothing but lightly fried fish made into a stew. It is cooked in an earthen pot for that authentic taste with coconut milk and kokum and spices along with fresh green chillies.


Banasura Sagar Dam, Wayanad

The dam was initially built with the aim of aiding the Kakkayam Hydroelectric project. But now the dam also makes for a great picnic spot. The trek around the dam offers spectacular vistas of the surroundings around you. Also, the speedboat ride is a must.

Vagamon Lake, Vagamon

The lake is the pride and highlight of Vagamon. The pedal boats and rowing boats at the lake help you burn calories and enjoy the view of the surroundings from the middle of the lake.

Mattancherry Palace, Kochi

The place is a Portuguese Palace. It was popularly known as the Dutch Palace. The palace has some wonderfully detailed murals that depict scenes from epics like Ramayana and Mahabharata.

Periyar National Park, Thekkady

The national park is spread over 357 sq. km of land. Periyar National Park is a tiger and elephant reserve. Its main attraction is the wildlife sighting aboard a boat in the Periyar Lake.

Mattupetty Dam, Munnar

The dam and the lake are the highlights of this place. The serenity of this place will make you fall in love with it. Also, the place is known as “Cattle Village”. The name comes from the famous Indo-Swiss farm project that happened here.

Sri Padmanabhaswamy Temple, Trivandrum

It is said that according to the Bhagavad Gita, Balarama had visited this very temple and made offerings to the Lord. Many visitors come here to seek blessings of the Lord. Also, an important note is that visitors need to follow a strict dress code to enter the temple.

Aruvikkuzhi Waterfall, Kumarakom

The waterfall is an ideal picnic spot to spend time with your family and loved ones. The water falling down the mountain is so clean and white that it can be compared to milk. Also, the St. Mary’s church is located at the top of the waterfalls.

Alappuzha Beach, Alleppey

The beach has a huge network of freshwater rivers, lakes and lagoons. Every year, the Nehru Trophy Boat Price event takes place at this very beach. In addition to the beach, the Alappuzha Lighthouse is also a popular tourist attraction here.

Lighthouse Beach, Kovalam

This beach is a crescent-shaped beach. It offers a wide range of food outlets situated around the shoreline. Also, a number of beach sports are available at the beach.

Vizhinjam, Poovar

The place has scenic, white sand beaches and a rock-cut cave. It also houses a shrine that is dedicated to Vinandhara Dakshinamurti. In addition to that, there is also a marine aquarium.

St. Angelo’s Fort, Kannur

The fort was built by the first Portuguese viceroy of India in 1505. The fort offers fascinating views of Moplah bay and Dharmadam Island.

Madiyan Koolom Temple, Kasargod

The temple is dedicated to Goddess Bhadrakali and is famous for the annual Puttu Utsavam. Another famous festival at the temple is Kalasham.

Inland are the Western Ghats, mountains whose slopes support tea, coffee and spice plantations as well as wildlife. National parks like Eravikulam and Periyar, plus Wayanad and other sanctuaries, are home to elephants, langur monkeys and tigers.



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Bathe Elephants, Kodanad

Imagine giving a bath to an elephant? At the Kodanad Elephant Sanctuary, you can actually do that. It is one of the major things to experience in Kerala. You can also take an elephant safari and even feed elephants.

House Boat Stay, Alleppey

When in Alleppey don’t miss out on the experience of sailing in a houseboat. Although there are many things to do in Kerala the houseboat stay and ride is a different experience altogether.

Shikara Rides, Alappuzha

Alappuzha offers some stunning views of the backwaters. On your Shikara ride, you will overlook the beautiful coconut trees and also see an array of birds flying above you. Indulging in this fun activity is a must.

Snake Boat Race, Alappuzha

The Snake Boat Rice in Alappuzha is one of the most amazing things to do in Kerala. If you feel you are far away from the lake then you can even rent a boat to look at the race from close-by.

Stay In a Tree House, Wayanad

If you wish to get closer to nature and experience the natural surroundings then you are at the right place in Wayanad. The tree house stay also offers activities like rappelling, rock climbing, nature walks and mountain biking.

Spice Tour, Thekkady

A tour of the spice plantations in Munnar is a must. One can taste some authentic black pepper, cardamom, cinnamon and the exotic vanilla and meanwhile also explore the farms on a nature walk.

Visit the Coffee Plantation, Wayanad

Drinking coffee at the place where it is made is an experience of a lifetime. You can learn about the whole coffee making process that goes from plucking the green coffee beans to finally getting that perfect brew in the last one.

Watch Theyyam, Kochi

Watching Theyyam is considered one of the best things to do in Kerala. The performance is staged in various temples of North Kerala. Watching this exceptional dance form will definitely make you feel alive.

Try Tea Flavours, Munnar

The place is a haven of tea leaves. The Tea Estate has a 100-year-old factory and the factory generates various types and flavours of tea. You can also purchase these flavours from the factory.

Bird Watching, Kumarakom

Nature Lovers, this is the place for you to be at. Take your binoculars along and enjoy bird watching at the Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary. You can spot rare migratory birds such as egret, heron, waterfowl and the Siberian crane.


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